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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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43 minutes ago, Fidel said:

We are DQ today after submitting all the Civil documents on the 20th of March 

I got DQ last week and submitted all my docs on March 27 th things seem to be going quickly at NVC I wonder why??

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1 hour ago, SDNOMAD said:

I got DQ last week and submitted all my docs on March 27 th things seem to be going quickly at NVC I wonder why??

What’s DQ?


04/21/20: IR-5 Submitted Online 

04/21/20: NOA1 Issued online

04/27/20: NOA1 Received via postal mail from Texas Service Center

04/27/20: Touched

04/28/20: Case Transferred to California Service Center

05/14/20: Touched 

05/15/20: Touched 

07/01/20: Touched

07/06/20: Touched 

07/06/20: RFE Issued (not available online)

07/16/20: RFE Received in Mail

07/20/20: DNA Done in USA

08/09/20: RFE Partial Response Submitted Online

08/26/20: RFE Partial Response Submitted via mail

09/01/20: Touched

10/28/21: DNA test results Received by USCIS

11/12/21: NOA2

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Iraq
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2 hours ago, SDNOMAD said:

I got DQ last week and submitted all my docs on March 27 th things seem to be going quickly at NVC I wonder why??

Not for all of us. I submitted all my documents a month before you and still waiting for DQ. 

This makes me crazy. Very depressed 

1 hour ago, onek said:

What’s DQ?

DQ= document qualified. 

Means you pass NVC and can be scheduled for interview 

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1 hour ago, HKS said:

 

DQ= document qualified. 

Means you pass NVC and can be scheduled for interview 

Thank you 


04/21/20: IR-5 Submitted Online 

04/21/20: NOA1 Issued online

04/27/20: NOA1 Received via postal mail from Texas Service Center

04/27/20: Touched

04/28/20: Case Transferred to California Service Center

05/14/20: Touched 

05/15/20: Touched 

07/01/20: Touched

07/06/20: Touched 

07/06/20: RFE Issued (not available online)

07/16/20: RFE Received in Mail

07/20/20: DNA Done in USA

08/09/20: RFE Partial Response Submitted Online

08/26/20: RFE Partial Response Submitted via mail

09/01/20: Touched

10/28/21: DNA test results Received by USCIS

11/12/21: NOA2

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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3 hours ago, HKS said:

Not for all of us. I submitted all my documents a month before you and still waiting for DQ. 

This makes me crazy. Very depressed 

DQ= document qualified. 

Means you pass NVC and can be scheduled for interview 

Oh no I’m sorry to hear that...I was shocked and confused to be honest all the best and hope you get DQ ASAP 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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9 hours ago, HKS said:

Not for all of us. I submitted all my documents a month before you and still waiting for DQ. 

This makes me crazy. Very depressed 

DQ= document qualified. 

Means you pass NVC and can be scheduled for interview 

Why not try to call them 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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We submitted ours January 30th and got DQ on April 8th. So they're definitely not doing them in order. 

According to their website, they are reviewing documents submitted on Feb. 13th as of yesterday. 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/nvc-timeframes.html

 

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Maybe depends on each case. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Our the category of the visa.  
 

we got DQ on April 21... and we submitted all documents and IV application on April 16. 

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4 hours ago, Fidel said:

I submitted all the documents on the 20th of April and got DQ two weeks later 

Please what documents did you submit for the AOS? I’ve a co-sponsor as well, what should they submit ? Apart from tax returns 

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